Breach potentially compromised personal records of 145.5 million US customers, as well as 400,000 Britons and 8,000 Canadians.
Sanctions are being revoked ‘in recognition of the Government of Sudan’s sustained positive actions'.
Changes bring list into line with those of the international non-proliferation regimes, particular the Wassenaar Arrangement.
May 'reaffirmed the UK’s strong commitment to the deal alongside our European partners.'
'Tit for tat' visa suspensions follow arrest of US embassy worker.
‘Maintaining unhindered and uninterrupted data flows between the UK and EU' essential, says report.
Non-US financial institutions face sanctions for facilitating trade with North Korea.
Canada is imposing targeted sanctions against 40 Venezuelan officials and individuals.
US and German companies accused of ‘postponing’ or ‘refusing’ the delivery of spare military parts to Turkey.